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Chirac tries again for comeback win in Fred Hooper

Florida-bred Chirac, the 5-year-old gelded son of Sligo Bay, is still trying to show he is all the way back with a win in Saturday’s $100,000 Fred W. Hooper Stakes (G3) at Calder Race Course.


Chirac suffered an injury after winning the $300,000 Philip H. Iselin Stakes (G3) at Monmouth in August, 2009. He did not return until September and has made three starts. He finished third in the Frisk Me Now Stakes at Monmouth Park in his last outing on Nov. 20.

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Fred W. Hooper a great fellow in the history of the game. First to bring Laffit Pincay to this country to ride for him, Great breeder, supportive of the game in all ways and winner of the Kentucky Derby in his first attempt iwth Hoop Jr.

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